Undergraduate Studies’ Funding at Université Laval

Contrary to popular belief, scholarships are not reserved exclusively for academic excellence. There are various eligibility criteria: admission, mobility, leadership, excellence, international students, precarious financial situation, etc.

Admission Scholarship

Undergraduate Admission Scholarships Program

Bachelor’s degree*

  • $2,500 for students with an overall R-score of 33 or higher
  • $2,000 for students with an overall R-score between 31 and 32.99

Certificate*

  • $1,500 for students with an overall R-score of 33 or higher
  • $1,000 for students with an overall R-score between 31 and 32.99

*Consult the List of eligible programs.

Bourses de leadership et développement durable (Leadership and sustainable development scholarships)

  • $2,000 per year (renewable scholarship for each year of the bachelor’s degree)

Other admission scholarships

  • Variable amounts, usually between $1,000 and $5,000
  • Some scholarships can reach up to $20,000 per year

Scholarships offered during studies

A simple search through the Université Laval Scholarships Directory allows students to find scholarships corresponding to their profile.

Several scholarships are intended for students who have completed a minimum of one academic semester.

On-campus Jobs

Work/Study Program

Allows students who are experiencing financial difficulties and who have submitted an application for loans and bursaries to obtain a job on campus.

Teaching assistant

Many jobs available each year.

Financial Assistance

Student Loans and Bursaries Program

The governments of Quebec and other Canadian provinces offer loans and bursaries based on students’ financial situation.

Loans Program for Part-Time Studies

The Government of Quebec offers loans to students enrolled part-time (minimum of 6 credits per session) that usually cover their tuition fees.